SINGAPORE (Oct 29): Malaysians like to say that Singapore profits at their country’s expense. After all, Singapore buys water from Malaysia at a seemingly low price. Singapore draws its best talent from Malaysia’s labour market. Singapore also gets some of the best durians from up north, though China is now giving it a run for its money. Since May 9, the day Malaysian voters booted out the corrupt Barisan Nasional government led by Najib Razak, Singapore has been profiting once again — from an avalanche of material for comedy and entertainment.

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